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From: New York Magazine

Your Friends Are More Extroverted Than You Are

New York Magazine:

Maybe you’ve heard of the friendship paradox, the somewhat mind-bending idea that most of your friends probably have more friends than you do. A new study inPsychological Science builds on that concept, adding a psychological dimension to the paradox — not only are your friends likely to be more popular than you are, they’re probably more extroverted, too, argue Daniel C. Feiler and Adam M. Kleinbaum, both of Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business.

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